Federal Income Taxation: Cases, Problems, and Materials

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Thomson/West, 2008 - Law - 680 pages
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This casebook has helped law students learn about income taxation for a decade, presenting the material in an engaging, appealing, and humorous format. This book introduces students to many of the materials a tax lawyer uses in practice cases, revenue rulings, private letter rulings, committee reports, Joint Committee Prints, a Congressional colloquy, and even an Order dismissing a criminal indictment, for prosecutorial misconduct. New updates include coverage of various contemporary issues such as the subprime mortgage crisis, and the availability of a medical expense deduction for assisted living fees, or a sex change operation.

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Table of Cases
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Table of Regulations
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Introduction
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